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Dental erosion as extraoesophageal manifestation of gastro-oesophageal reflux
  1. A Benages,
  2. J V Muñoz,
  3. V Sanchiz,
  4. F Mora,
  5. M Mínguez
  1. Department of Medicine, Hospital Clinic, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain
  1. Correspondence to:
    Professor A Benages
    Department of Medicine, Hospital Clinic, University of Valencia, Valencia 46010, Spain; Benages{at}uv.es

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Dental erosion can be considered as an extraoesophageal manifestation of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD). Many reports have implicated gastric acid reflux as a contributory factor in the development of extraoesophageal disorders (“atypical” symptoms related to GORD),1 but the presence of lesions in the oral cavity in patients with acid reflux has been less …

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